Archived articles
Hard Histories at Hopkins launches book discussion series
Published March 17, 2021
Series examines the role that slavery, racism, and discrimination have played at Johns Hopkins and in Baltimore and Maryland
Study shows new real-time method for identifying stock bubbles like GameStop's
Published March 16, 2021
Model developed by finance expert Nicola Fusari uses stock options to determine whether a spike in the price of a particular asset reflects real underlying value or is only a bubble
Hopkins Votes
JHU named Voter Friendly Campus
Published March 15, 2021
Hopkins is among 231 universities to receive the designation from a national coalition that measures voting accessibility at schools and universities across the nation
A seat at the table
Published Spring 2021
Reviewing Sociology Assistant Professor Christy Thornton's new book, 'Revolution in Development' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Put pedagogy first
Published Spring 2021
Reviewing History Professor Jonathan Zimmerman's new book, 'The Amateur Hour' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Lady Bird's legacy
Published Spring 2021
A SAIS alum's new biography reveals the first lady's power and influence in LBJ's White House / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The metamorphosis
Published Spring 2021
Lawrence T. Brown finds a metaphor of resistance while showing how segregation spread its wings through Baltimore / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Election night's crystal ball?
Published Spring 2021
Leading GOP millennial pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson has learned a vital lesson in prognosticating: Always ask what you could be missing.\ / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Link found between state governors' political parties and COVID-19 case and death rates
Published March 11, 2021
Analysis finds that states with Republican governors had higher case and death rates beginning last summer through 2020